Tacoma man in critical condition after being hit by a pickup in Colfax

February 1, 2018
A Tacoma man was critically injured when he was hit by a pickup while trying to cross Main Street in downtown Colfax Wednesday afternoon.  The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office reports the collision occurred around 3:45.  Witnesses say 32 year old Duy Nguyen was trying to cross Main when he was […]

Universities support medical school residency bill

January 31, 2018
Washington State University and  University of Washington Medicine voiced their support this morning for legislation that would add the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine to the Family Medicine Residency Network during today’s Senate Higher Education & Workforce Development Committee. Senate Bill 6093 adds the Washington State University college of […]

Mayor Lambert Hosting Poverty on the Palouse Forum

January 31, 2018
Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert is hosting a Poverty on the Palouse Forum tomorrow evening at Moscow City Hall, starting at 5:30 P.M. The City will be facilitating the discussion and all community members are invited to attend.  In December of 2017, a group of local citizens representing faith communities visited with […]

Whitman County Library’s annual Food for Fines drive starts Thursday

January 31, 2018
The Whitman County Library’s annual Food for Fines drive kicks off Thursday.  Food donations can be exchanged for fines at all 14 branches of the county library system.  All donations will be given to local food banks.  The Whitman County Library’s 18th annual Food for Fines drive runs through February.

Major endowment for organic grain research at WSU

January 31, 2018
An organic food maker and a flour company have teamed up to fund a new 1.5 million dollar endowment at Washington State University.  Clif Bar and the King Arthur Flour Company have announced the endowment for organic grain breeding research.  The funding is being awarded to Dr. Stephen Jones, Director […]

Balmy January nearly in the books

January 30, 2018
January of 2018 will go down as a very mild month.  Washington State University Meteorologist Nic Loyd says regional temperatures this month have been about 4 degrees above normal.  Compare that to last January which was the coldest in 38 years with average temperatures about 10 degrees below normal.  January […]

Idaho Music Educators All-State Conference starts Wednesday at the UI

January 30, 2018
Nearly a thousand students will be taking part in the Idaho Music Educators Association’s All-State Conference which begins Wednesday at the University of Idaho.  The event concludes with gala concerts on Saturday inside the Pitman Center.  The All-State Instrumental Concert is at 1:00 followed by the All-State Choir Concert at […]
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